State of the website. December 1st.

Thanks again for checking out the website.  I have skipped writing these posts for a few months.  I was over promising and under delivering on some of the things that I wanted to roll out.  The new website is up but I am currently shopping around for other CMS tools. So you should still keep coming here for the time being.  I plan on getting things in order by the end of January.

If you are a regular reader you will know I have stopped doing the morning and afternoon takes.  Taking a second look, it was good for traffic but probably not that useful.

The topics are getting a little more varied and not sure if you guys like that or not.  Among the core 100 or so visitors I have not heard anything either way.  I appreciate the comments, emails, and phone calls.

Page views finally got above 10K, one of my New Year resolutions. Uniques doubled month over month.  I have done a little advertising which has helped.  Also been fortunate to get a bunch of stories and tweets linking to the site.

I need your help.

What topics would you like to see less of? More of?  What makes you come here frequently?  Do you like longer or shorter posts?   In exchange for your time I will give you access to the same email address I give my clients.  This insures faster and more complete help.  I get to those emails within 18 hours usually.  Send me an email to and I will give you further instructions.  The most helpful people I will give access to my skype number and a month (up to 4 hours) of help.

Thanks again.  Would not continue to publish this blog publicly without your support.  Keep coming back and I will keep writing.

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